Wahl's Fade It Forward Development Program Awards Scholarships

At-risk youth the first to participate in Wahl Fade It Forward workforce development program inspired by celebrity barber and Joliet native Garland “G-Whiz” Fox.

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Jim Wahl, Executive Vice President of Wahl Clipper Corporation, Retiring

After 46 years as a leader of the family business, Jim Wahl, Executive Vice President of Wahl Clipper Corporation, has retired.

WEBINAR: How to Perfect Men's Consultations

During this webinar, MODERN SALON Media Publisher Steve Reiss shared recent industry research highlighting what your male clientele wants and how to make them your best clients. Men’s hair icon and founder of The Grooming Collective Kurt Kueffner walks you through the steps to perfecting men’s consultations, ensuring their loyalty.

Barbercon 2018: A Global Celebration of Men's Grooming

Barbercon brings together thousands of barbers, cosmetologists, and brands from around the world on June 10 and 11 in Maspeth, New York.

New President Named, 25th Anniversary Celebrated, at Sport Clips Haircuts National Huddle,

Founder and CEO Gordon Logan announced the franchise's board of directors has elected Edward Logan, his son, as Sport Clips' new president.

Royal Treatment: Throne Barbershop in Portland

Alyssa Lynn Von (@ladyvonbarber), winner of the American Crew U.S. All-Star Challenge in 2015, is promoting the work of other barbers and men’s groomers by taking tours of barbershops and sharing a behind-the-scenes look at these bastions of barbering.

Legislative Updates: Blow Drying Bill, Microblading, and More

Need-to-know updates from the American Association of Cosmetology Schools.

Focus On Men: CT Barber Expo Returns for its 8th Year

Attend this year's CT Barber Expo, designed to inspire, entertain, and showcase the culture, community and passion of the barber world.

Top 5 Rules of Client Retention

A new client, whether a walk-in or a referral, is a nugget of gold. How do you craft this nugget into a thing of beauty?

Finding the Balance Between Free Family Haircuts and Setting Limits

How have you decided to manage free haircuts for family members? How are you seeing to it that you can take care of family and yet not be abused?